David Smith. Edited by Garnett McCoy.

; McCoy, Garnett, editor
New York, Praeger [1973] .

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Other Authors McCoy, Garnett,
Subjects Smith, David Künstler.
Smith, David, 1906-1965.
Smith, David.
Series Documentary monographs in modern art.
Description 231 pages illustrations (some color) 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-228).
Contents Introduction -- Chronology -- Formal writings, speeches, notes -- On abstract art -- Modern sculpture and society -- Sculpture: art forms in architecture -- new techniques affect both -- Medals for dishonor -- The sculptor's relationship to the museum, dealer, and public -- Design for progress -- Cockfight -- Two poems -- Statement -- What I believe about the teaching of sculpture -- Progress report on Guggenheim Fellowship, 1950-1951, and application for renewal, February, 1951 -- Notes for David Smith makes a sculpture -- Perception and reality -- The language is image -- The new sculpture -- Atmosphere of the early thirties -- The sculptor and his problems -- Aesthetics, the artist, and the audience -- Economic support of art in America tody -- Notes while driving -- Questions to students -- The artist's image -- The artist and nature -- Drawing -- González: first master of the torch -- The artist and the architect -- Tradition and identity -- Memories to myself -- Report on Voltri -- Interviews -- Interview / David Sylvester -- The secret letter / Thomas B. Hess -- Letters -- David Smith's abstract sculpture in metals / Elizabeth McCausland -- David Smith / W.R. Valentiner -- David Smith's new sculpture / Clement Greenberg.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)623422
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Smith, David, 1906-1965.
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